Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Mathematics, BA

Mathematics touches virtually every field of endeavor, including biological and physical sciences, computer science, economics, engineering, finance, operations research, and political science. The demand for qualified mathematically-trained individuals exists in nearly every industry and profession.

Our Bachelor of Arts program in Mathematics is ideal for students who want a broad-based liberal arts and science education. It will enable you to develop critical-thinking, problem-solving, analytical, and quantitative skills and also will offer you the opportunity to pursue a double major or select up to two minors to enhance your professional aspirations.

Qualified majors in the program who are interested in teaching have an opportunity to participate in an accelerated dual-degree program - Mathematics BA/Adolescent Education, MST - offered by two Pace University schools: Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education. Interested students must meet with a department advisor early in their first year of study.

For more information, visit www.pace.edu/dyson/mathnyc for the New York City program or www.pace.edu/dyson/mathplv for the Pleasantville program.

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